Blaine E. Adams
Blaine Adams focuses his practice on complex civil litigation matters, with an emphasis on business disputes, insurance coverage, and professional liability. Blaine has tried cases in state and federal court.
Blaine began his career in the financial restructuring sector, representing secured creditors in complex corporate bankruptcy cases. Blaine has also represented official committees of unsecured creditors. Blaine then transitioned to complex commercial litigation, and has extensive experience representing corporations, non-profit corporations, and individuals in disputes ranging from corporate disputes to voting rights.
Blaine currently represents domestic and foreign insurers in complex coverage disputes arising out of directors and officers, management liability, professional liability, pollution liability, commercial general liability, and excess insurance coverage. Blaine frequently provides coverage advice to insurers across a wide range of policies. He also advises insurers in connection with claims against their insureds, and he has experience advising clients drafting policy language.
Blaine strives to provide his clients exceptional service and zealous representation.
- New York, 2016
- 2014 – J.D., Harvard Law School
- Line Editor for the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology
- 2009 – B.S., Journalism and Communication, Utah State University